Hamilton Township

Municipal Building 2090 Greenwood Avenue
Hamilton, NJ 08609
609-890-3502 Fax: 609-631-8530


Covering nearly 40-square miles in central New Jersey, Hamilton Township is home to 90,000 plus residents. Hamilton is home to several public parks and recreational facilities, the nationally acclaimed Grounds for Sculpture, a 35-acre sculpture park, and Sayen Gardens, the site of Hamilton's annual Azalea Festival. Hamilton also enjoys bustling commercial districts such as the Hamilton Marketplace and the Shoppes of Hamilton.

The Hamilton area has many historic and recreational facilities such as The Abbott House as well as the Civil War and Native American Museum. There are over 64 parks and playgrounds for families within the multiple neighborhoods of Hamilton. It doesn’t matter what time of the year you are visiting; Hamilton Township holds many annual events that are great for the family such as the Azalea Festival, SeptemberFest, Fall Harvest, and Winter Wonderland. To learn more about things to do in Hamilton, click here.


Mayor: Jeff Martin

District: 14th Legislative District

Type of Government: Mayor - Council

Population: 90,058

Land Area: 39.4 square miles

Waste Removal: Recycling through the Township ecological facility.

Housing Cost Range: $200,000 - $1,000,000

Property Tax Rate: varies (9 different tax rates) Municipal tax information 609-890-3890

Public Schools: 17 Elementary K-5; 3 Middle, and 3 Secondary

Private Schools: 4 Parochial Elementary & 3 Parochial High School

Public Library: Hamilton Library 609-581-4060

Water: Trenton Water Works 609-989-3222; Aqua NJ Water Company 609-587-8222

Refuse Removal: Residential collection twice per week

Cable Provider: Cablevision of Hamilton 609-586-2288